Buzz results for the tag “Economy”


The Bureau of Economic Analysis for the U.S. Department of Commerce will be including the value of American companies’ R&D spending and intellectual property to its calculation of gross domestic product (GDP). Read More


Washington State has cultivated some of the most advanced technology companies in the world, from Boeing to Microsoft. For our home state advantage to continue, investments in STEM education must keep pace. Read More


Is $29B the Point?

March 8, 2013

There is a popular number being circulated in the press right now stating that, in 2011 alone, businesses were estimated to have paid out approximately $29 billion in litigation fees for patent infringement cases. A study by David L. Schwartz and Jay P. Kesan questions the validity of that $29 billion based on a number of factors. Read More


Global IP Updates

March 1, 2013

Intellectual Ventures is a global business, so it's important for us to keep an eye on key developments around the world. Read More


The Next Age of Invention

December 12, 2012

Edward Jung talks about how solving long‐term, large‐scale problems requires cooperation among a host of entities, including inventors, investors, big companies, small companies, governments, standards, and research organizations, to name just a few. Read More
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